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Vineyard pruning

We have had a nice cold winter here on the High Plains of Texas for the grape vines to sleep through and to kill off harmful insects. But now it is spring! Time for pruning in the vineyards. 14.04.08_Vineyards_001web read more…

2012 Viognier at Lewis Winery Reviewed

This wine is an expression of what Viognier should be like when it is picked early and not overly processed to allow the fruit to shine; and it does very well.

Daniel Kelada, Wine Writer, Founding Director of the Texas Wine Journal

Daniel Kaleda has a detailed review of this wine at Texas Wine & Trail. We love the cooperative work that we do with Texas wineries. We also enjoy working with a young winemaker as talented, energetic, and as willing to learn as Doug at Lewis Wines is.

Lewis Winery is a winery that you will want to be on your list next time you visit the Texas Hill County. Wine Enthusiast Magazine has included it in their list of the top 10 wine destinations in the world. That is quite an honor. But we know that for ourselves; we love visiting there. The people, the history, the wines, and the “green” and the “trees”. It is hard to believe sometimes that there really are areas of Texas with that many trees.




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